News Headline: “Police department investigated for possible inappropriate photographs from hidden bathroom cameras.”
A good catch.
And the sooner they return to appropriate photographs from hidden bathroom cameras, the better.
The Pitzer College Student Senate in Los Angeles blocked funds for a sailing club where students could “learn about sailing, boating, the ocean and sea chanteys” because the club’s proposed name, the Yacht Club, even when meant lightly, has overtones that are “elitist,” “classist” and not inclusive of “queer and trans people of color, disabled students, working-class students, indigenous/Native American students, etc.”
Yet there is a way around this.
The students could call it a yacht affinity group.
News Headline: “Washington Post: Four Pinocchios for Trump’s claim on 200,000 refugees that ‘could be ISIS.’ ”
Someone might take a moment to tell the Washington Post that when a politician lies to voters, it is not cute.
From the Twitter universe during the Chicago Cubs playoff win:
Dexter, 3-for-3 with a homer and three runs scored. #Cubs lead 4-0 in the 5th. #LetsGo
Or let the ghost of Jack Brickhouse say it:
“That’s a fly ball. . . deep to right. . . back. . . back. . . Hey! Hey! . . . Wheeeeee!”
Better than any old kind of a tweet.
News Headline: “Syrian refugees clean up dirty French streets.”
Will these people stop at nothing?
News Headline: “2016 contender Ben Carson sued for malpractice at least 6 times, report alleges, including one instance where former surgeon left sponge inside patient’s brain.”
The mishap was discovered when the patient regained consciousness and started dismissing evolution and climate change.
Elementary schools in Edina, Minn., have hired a recess consultant to develop a recess model directing pupils toward “an inclusive experience during recess.”